Born in 1975.
Mr Ivanov joined EVRAZ in 2002. Prior to his appointment as senior vice president, business development and commerce in November 2015, he held the positions of vice president, head of the Steel Division
Between 1998 and 2002, Mr Ivanov held various positions at Liggett-Ducat, where his responsibilities included production, controlling and logistics. He was formerly head of the Credit Department at Inkombank
Mr Ivanov graduated from INSEAD in 2002. He holds a degree in finance from the Financial Academy of the Government of the Russian Federation and has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants since 2004. In 2008, Mr Ivanov received a diploma in human resources from the Australian Professional Association.
Born in 1972.
Mr Ivanov joined EVRAZ in November 2016. Since 2013, he has served as an executive vice-president and CFO at VimpelCom. Previously, he held various positions at TNK-BP, including the first deputy of the executive vice president for exploration and production, having spent over 10 years with the company.
In his role as EVRAZ CFO, Mr Ivanov leads the financial unit and supervises key supporting functions, including legal, investor relations and IT.
Mr Ivanov graduated from the Financial Academy of the Government of the Russian Federation with a degree in finance and credit, as well as from Northeastern University, Missouri, USA, and Truman University, USA, with a degree in accounting.
Born in 1978.
Mr Kuznetsov joined EVRAZ in 2002 and was appointed vice president for strategic development and operational planning in July 2009. In 2016, he was appointed vice president for corporate strategy and performance management. His responsibilities include strategic development, operational planning, M&A transactions and financial valuation of business and investment projects.
Prior to this, Мr Kuznetsov held various positions within the Company and served as director for strategic planning and investment analysis between 2008 and 2009. He was formerly head of the Financial Analysis and Valuation Department with responsibilities for financial analysis, valuation of investment projects and M&A transactions
Mr Kuznetsov graduated with honours from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 2001 with a degree in applied mathematics and physics. He also received a master’s degree in economics from the New Economic School in 2002.
Born in 1972.
In November 2014, Mr Shirokobrod was appointed vice president, sales and logistics.
Mr Shirokobrod joined EVRAZ in 2010. In
Prior to joining EVRAZ, between 2005 and 2010, Mr Shirokobrod held various management positions at Centravis Limited (the largest CIS and the fifth-largest global producer of seamless stainless pipes) with responsibility for worldwide sales, strategy and business development. In
Mr Shirokobrod graduated with honours from St. Petersburg State Technical University in 1995 with a degree in engineering physics, and he holds a master of sciences (engineering) degree. He received an executive MBA from Stockholm School of Economics in 2005.
Born in 1972.
Alexey Soldatenkov was appointed vice president, head of the Siberia Division in December 2015.
Prior to joining EVRAZ, Mr Soldatenkov worked at Severstal, holding positions of business development director of Severstal Russian Steel and chief technical officer of PJSC Severstal. Prior to this, he held managerial positions at Magna Technoplast and participated in the commissioning of Ford, General Motors, Renault and Volkswagen facilities in Russia.
Mr Soldatenkov graduated from the N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, majoring in mechanical engineering. He also completed the Top Manager training programme at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Born in 1974.
Denis Novozhenov has been with EVRAZ since 1996. He started as an economist at EVRAZ NTMK, subsequently holding a number of managerial positions at EVRAZ VGOK, Evrazruda and Yuzhkuzbassugol. In 2011, he was appointed general director of a steel mill in the Smolensk region. Further, he was the head of the Ukraine Division. In April 2018, he was appointed the head of the Urals Division.
Mr Novozhenov graduated from the Urals State Technical University, majoring in engineering and economics. He earned his MBA from the SYNERGIYA institute for economics and finance.
Born in 1972.
Andrey Davydov joined EVRAZ in 2010, he headed EVRAZ’ Sukha Balka iron ore mine in Ukraine and since 2016 – Management Company EVRAZ Mezhdurechensk. Prior to EVRAZ, Mr. Davydov had worked in various Russian coal companies including Belon.
Andrey graduated from the Physics department of Kemerovo State University with a degree in Microelectronics and obtained additional education at the mining department of Moscow State Open University (specialisation in “Subterranean development of subsoil resources”). He is a graduate of the Presidential programme at the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Born in 1979.
Alexander Erenburg has been with EVRAZ since 2003. He started in the Project Financing Department, subsequently holding various positions in strategic investment planning. From 2011, he was responsible for business development at EVRAZ NTMK. In 2015, he was appointed director of Vanadium Assets. In December 2018, Mr Erenburg became EVRAZ vice president and head of the Vanadium Division.
Mr Erenburg graduated from Novosibirsk State University, majoring in mathematical methods and operations’ research in economics. Не received an MA in economics from Central European University.
Skip Herald joined EVRAZ North America in August 2019 as president and chief executive officer.
Prior to EVRAZ, Herald was CEO of Axip Energy Services, a Houston-based provider of compression services in every major U.S. shale basin.
Herald has more than 35 years of experience in the oil & gas and energy industries, both in service and manufacturing sectors. He spent a significant part of his career with global oil services company, Halliburton, from 1985 to 2007 working in multiple business units and managing operations globally.
In 2007, Herald became managing director, North America, at Vallourec, a France-based multinational manufacturer of steel tubular products. In 2014, Herald was named CEO of the Americas at line pipe manufacturer Welspun Corp.
A native of West Virginia, Herald is a 1981 graduate of West Virginia University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering.
He is based in Chicago.
Born in 1967.
Mr Vasiliev was appointed vice president for compliance with business procedures and asset protection in July 2015.
A lieutenant-general in the police, Mr Vasiliev held a number of managerial positions in Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation from 1988 to 2015.
He is a graduate of the Ural Law Institute and the Russian Academy of Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation.
Born in 1977.
Mr Rubin joined the EVRAZ team in June 2017 as the director of health and safety. In January 2018, he was appointed the Company’s vice president, health, safety and environment.
Mr Rubin has worked at Shell Neft, one of the occupational safety leaders in its industry, for more than eight years, first as the head of production and then as branch director. He was responsible for the start-up of a new lubricants plant in the Tver region, where he managed to achieve zero occupational injuries and incidents over a period of five years.
Mr Rubin graduated from the Chemical Faculty of Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University and the Economics Faculty of Rostov State University. He has a master of arts degree in management from the UK’s Open University.
Born in 1971.
Mr Sementsov joined EVRAZ as vice president for corporate communications in June 2013.
Prior to EVRAZ, Mr Sementsov served as the director of public relations at JSFC Sistema for more than five years. In
He graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute with а degree in technical physics.
Born in 1971.
Mr Natrusov joined the Company in May 2011 as vice president of information technologies.
Prior to joining EVRAZ, Mr Natrusov held management positions on information technologies at Eldorado from 2008 to 2011, ROSNO from 2006 to 2008 and Nestle Russia from 1998 to 2006.
Mr Natrusov has more than 16 years’ experience in information technologies, including operational management and management of complex projects dealing with SAP and Oracle applications.
He graduated with honours from the Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology in 1994 and received an MBA from the University of Southern California in 1998.
Born in 1980.
Yanina Stanulenaite joined EVRAZ in January 2017 as the property and corporate governance director. From the end of 2017, she acted as vice president, legal. She was appointed vice president, legal in June 2018.
Ms Stanulenaite has a solid track record of legal support at large industrial companies. She was the head of RusHydro’s Corporate Governance and Property Department for six years. Prior to that, she worked as Inter RAO UES’s corporate governance director for over seven years. Ms Stanulenaite provided legal support for major projects, particularly the acquisition of the heat holding RAO ES of the East by RusHydro Group. Under her leadership, Inter RAO UES entered the Russian public market and issued depositary receipts.
Ms Stanulenaite graduated from the Law Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Institute of Business Studies at the Russian Government Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.